Make sensational pretend play salads fresh to order! The all-inclusive 52-piece set includes felt salad greens (kale, lettuce, and spinach) in hinged containers, and slice-able wooden vegetables (carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, mushrooms, and green peppers), proteins (shrimp and grilled chicken), and toppings (olives and croutons). For the finishing touch, two salad dressing bottles "squirt" string! Place an order on the reusable menu card, slice ingredients with a wooden knife on the cutting board, toss with wooden salad utensils in the bowl, and then enjoy a fresh salad using the fork with self-stick tabs. Kids and parents alike will love this healthy way to play!
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9310 Slice & Toss Salad Set 3+
- 50+-Piece wooden and felt play food salad set with reusable double-sided menu
- Includes greens, vegetables, proteins, and toppings
- Self-stick tabs make "crunching" sound when chopped and allow kids to pick up pieces with the fork
- Salad dressing bottles "squirt" string when tipped
- Product: 12" x 16" x 3.5" Packaged 3.2 lbs
- Package: 16" H x 12" W x 3.35" L
SLICE & COUNT: Help kids identify all the pieces in the set. Have them practice counting as they slice the vegetables, shrimp, and chicken, or as they place leafy greens in the salad bowl.
CU-CA-MUSH-RIMP: Have kids stick together the cucumber, carrot, mushroom, and shrimp pieces in random order to make one long "cuc-ca-mush-rimp" loaf! Then have them slice the loaf and match the pieces that go together.
WHAT AM I: Toss several ingredients in the bowl. With their eyes closed, have kids reach into the bowl, choose a piece, and try to guess what it is by feel alone!
ORDER UP: Encourage kids to imagine owning a "salad shop." Have them choose a name, make signs, and set prices for the salads on the reusable menu. Take turns being the customer and the salad chef!